'De Caen Blue' Abstract Anemone Flower
From My Solo Exhibition 'Morosa'
Acrylic on Canvas
Unframed, sides are gallery finished and comes ready to hang
51 (W) x 51 cm (H) x 4cm (D)
Painted for my 8th Solo Exhibition at Gallery One 88 in April 2023, this new abstract floral series titled 'Oshibana' is inspired by the ancient Japanese art form of drying and pressing flowers. With this new body of work, I wanted to capture the feeling and textures of a dried and flattened Anemone flower.
This heavily textured Abstract Floral Painting plays on a thick textured canvas base and has layers of moulding and crackle paste to add texture and depth. Inspired by the Anemone flower 'De Caen Blue' I have used shades of dark purple on the inner petals and shades of bright blue on the outer petal with flecks of fluorescent orange, black and a pop of yellow in the centre of the flower. The background is a dark copper shade , which really makes this piece pop!
This original painting will NEVER be reproduced in any other format (eg print or NFT), so you can enjoy the benefits of knowing that this is a one-of-a-kind, made especially for your home.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Natalie is a Western Australian Artist who lives and works South of Margaret River on her family's farm.
Her love of the colours of the bushland she is surrounded by, country living and the native fauna and flora inspire her works today.
You can find her work hanging in many collections across Australia, the United States and Asia. She is lucky enough to call Daniel Ricciardo one of her customers!